Bottom Line: With the NFL's best hands, insane body control, and fantastic route-running, Hopkins is arguably the NFL's toughest cover. The WR4, WR1, and WR2 in three of his last four season, Hopkins is legitimately the lowest-risk fantasy investment in the game; he has never missed a game and is the one true "QB-proof" (outside of Brock Osweiler) weapon, producing elite numbers with some of the trashiest QBs throwing him the rock. He's topped 150 targets in four straight seasons, and runs routes all over the place under Bill O'Brien. With Deshaun Watson fully healthy for all of 2019 and Will Fuller returning to lift the lid and keep defenses honest, Hopkins could be in for a truly special season.
Ceiling Projection: 130 rec (190 tgts), 1800 yds, 15 TDs
Floor Projection*: 100 rec (150 tgts), 1300 yds, 8 TDs touches (50 rec.)
Actual Projection: 115 rec (170 tgts), 1450 yds, 12 TDs
*Note - Floors are done without injuries in mind. Of course the lowest floor is torn ACL first play of scrimmage. This assumes 16 games